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Old 22 May 2007, 06:02 pm
Bob Jones
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Default Connecting hazard switch for 1997 Accord DX

In the process of removing my stereo, a burglar pulled out the console
panel and disconnected the hazard switch that fits in the panel.

It may take weeks for the dealer to find a new hazard switch, and
meanwhile, my turn signals don't work, as they depended on the hazard
switch connection.

I'm hoping I can re-connect the old switch and get my turn signals
working again.

The old switch has a five-pin connector on the back. Looking through
the disconnected harnesses in the dash, I don't see one with a five-
pin connector.

Can anyone tell me where the hazard switch is supposed to plug in?

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